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My IgA level before going gluten-free was a 19, after a year it was a 21. My son has been gluten-free for almost a year and his IgA is a 40. Is 40 for and IgA normal or low? Do you think it could be 40 because he has been gluten-free for a year? He still reacts to gluten, my mom accidentally gave him toast the other day and he is now constipated and complaining of his stomach hurting.

So what do you think?

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My IgA level before going gluten-free was a 19, after a year it was a 21. My son has been gluten-free for almost a year and his IgA is a 40. Is 40 for and IgA normal or low? Do you think it could be 40 because he has been gluten-free for a year? He still reacts to gluten, my mom accidentally gave him toast the other day and he is now constipated and complaining of his stomach hurting.

So what do you think?

At our lab, IgA low range is 34. My dd8 has an IgA of 37 and dd6 an IgA of 64. Our doc considers both of those low even within the "normal" range. My dd8's IgA went from 42 before gluten-free to 37 9 months later.

Susan

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